Splash around in Bump Boats and get tossed on the Hurricane. Or if thrilling rides are not your forte, walk around the lush gardens and take a ride on the Cable Car. For a $50 entrance ticket, this is by far the most expensive and unhappiest theme park I’ve ever visited.
It was Monday, the crowd was light, but the weather was scorching hot. We arrived at around 9 in the morning, welcomed by the Dream World’s mascot, a red woodpecker-lookalike. There wasn’t any songs being played, the first store I saw sold fake Barbie dolls and weird-looking Winnie the Pooh. But further into the park, there’s a quite nice garden with swans and water fountain. Late in the afternoon, I saw a couple had their wedding photos taken here.
The food and confections being sold were standard popcorn, cotton candy, and sodas. There were a couple of stalls selling satays and fried snack. And thank heavens they had KFC, the most decent food place we could find. Although located further inside the park, the walk was totally worth it.
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